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Re^4: hash question

by quester (Vicar)
on Dec 12, 2008 at 05:11 UTC ( #729853=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: hash question
in thread hash question

Ah. Perhaps we should ask the perl maintainers to add a --teddy-bear option to perl -d:

$ perl -d --teddy-bear Loading DB routines from version 1.4 Loading teddy-bear routines from version 1.1 Editor support available. Plush cuddly support available. [Teddy: waits attentively] Tb<1> I'm not getting all the keys of my hash printed. [Teddy: waits attentively] Tb<2> ...
Or would users prefer an --eliza mode?
Eliza: Hello. I am ELIZA. How can I help you? El<1> I'm not getting all the keys of my hash printed. Eliza: Why do you say your hash printed? El<2> What? Wait, it didn't. Eliza: Does that question interest you? El<3> No. My hash keys interest me. They're missing. Eliza: Why do you say your hash keys interest you theyre missing? El<4> ^C^C^C
On second thought, maybe the teddy bear idea was better.

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